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New Orleans restaurants with decent beer?

Discussion in 'South' started by TrappistJohnMD, Jan 24, 2013.

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  1. TrappistJohnMD

    TrappistJohnMD Nov 24, 2011 Mississippi

    Was pleasantly suprised to find Chimay on the menu at Emeril's NOLA in the French Quarter last year. Was even served in the Chimay chalice. Any suggestions for upscale restaurants with decent beer offerings in the area?
  2. avenuepub

    avenuepub Apr 23, 2009 Louisiana

    August, Cocquette, Boucherie, Cochon...on the more casual side Irish House, St James Cheese.
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  3. TrappistJohnMD

    TrappistJohnMD Nov 24, 2011 Mississippi

    Thanks Polly! Looking forward to stopping by the pub this weekend too
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  4. avenuepub

    avenuepub Apr 23, 2009 Louisiana

    Excellent! We will be here. There are probably a lot of now than the last time you visited the city. I'm in such deep Mardi GRAS prep mode that only the obvious ones came to mind. All are excellent places though and you won't be dispointed in the food at any of those options. All of them are also our customers which is why I know them so well. the actual French quarter has gotten a lot better in terms of beer selection but its still a beer wasteland compared with the rest of the city.
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  5. ZethOfTheNorth

    ZethOfTheNorth Jan 31, 2012 Louisiana

    In the Quarter, I'd add Sylvain. Nice, rotating selection.

    Ancora, Midway, and Company Burger on Freret too. All four are quite good.

    As for Cochon, I only ever find myself ordering Stone IPA there. Them and Luke could stand to step up their beer selection.
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  6. avenuepub

    avenuepub Apr 23, 2009 Louisiana

    Oh yeah..sylvan. Good choice.
  7. TAPrice

    TAPrice Apr 1, 2009 Louisiana

    Root and (if you want super high end) Restaurant R'Evolution do a decent job with beer.
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  8. TrappistJohnMD

    TrappistJohnMD Nov 24, 2011 Mississippi

    Stopped in Sylvan for lunch today. Had a Brooklyn Chocolate Stout. Thanks for all the recs!
  9. petitcochon57

    petitcochon57 Jan 15, 2013 Georgia

    Ah. I was going to say, why bother with the restaurants - just go to The Avenue, but I see that's already been covered. Seriously though...the beer selection there is INSANE. Last time I was in NOLA I had things I'd never even *heard* of at the Avenue while watching Shark Week. What a great night.
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  10. kylelenk

    kylelenk Apr 17, 2012 Michigan

    Can't wait for Mardi Gras this year! Was down over Halloween and was at The Pub 3 out of the 5 days I was there! Can't wait to see the events.
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  11. champ103

    champ103 Sep 3, 2007 Texas
    Beer Trader

    Three Muses usually has a few NOLA offerings, along with Stone and Brooklyn last time I was there. One of my favorite spots on Frenchmen St. Lobster ravioli, duck confit flat bread, Hopitoulas and the Royal Roses playing. That was a good night :)
  12. HeadyTheElder

    HeadyTheElder Nov 3, 2012 Louisiana
    Beer Trader

    I ate at Peche recently and they had a decent little beer list.
  13. kylelenk

    kylelenk Apr 17, 2012 Michigan

    Went to Peche last time I was down. Didn't drink but the food was great and I hear it's one of the up and coming seafood restaurants.
  14. wiingman

    wiingman Aug 22, 2013 Texas
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    I hear La Boucherie will have good beer next Wednesday...
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